Little Puck: From Kinky Creator to Big League Shoots

Little Puck: From Kinky Creator to Big League Shoots

Sheltered by a strict Christian upbringing, Little Puck was taught from an early age that the world outside the sanctuaries of home and church was an evil, scary place to avoid as much as possible. Attending a secular high school was therefore quite the seismic culture shock, but she bounced back impressively with a little help from her new friends.

“Thanks to the camaraderie of drama freaks, band geeks and choir nerds, I overcame quite a few socially-stunted behaviors,” she reminisces. “Eventually I graduated as valedictorian and was even crowned prom queen.”

Puck then attended university, earning two bachelor’s degrees while wavering between aspirations of becoming a high school English teacher or a lexicographer.

“I think we all know how that turned out,” she teases in retrospect. “Certainly for the better. For us all!”

Not right away, however. In her early 20s, Puck found herself in an unstable living situation coupled with a less-than-satisfying sex life. The first inklings of her professional future came when she found herself drawn to the amateur models on Tumblr.

“I loved how sexually uninhibited and creative they were,” Puck recalls. “Exploring my own sexuality after such strict religious indoctrination was a very tantalizing, albeit daunting task for me. But I had quite a few nudes under my belt, an aging laptop and the desperate need to pay rent fast, so I went to work camming.”

Given her passion for performance, she was keen on exploring the theatrical aspect of the work as well, so it is perhaps unsurprising that while she quickly determined that streaming was not for her, she did discover a genuine passion for clip-making — a talent that has only grown over the past decade, netting her several industry accolades.

“I’m very proud of my achievements and the work I’ve done so far, but there is still so much more I want to learn, and so much further I plan to go,” she enthuses.

Recently, Puck began expanding her repertoire to include hardcore collabs, and swung fully into the pro porn realm working for mainstream studios for the first time. She describes this as both a delightful experience and a big boost for her career goals. She even starred in her first non-sex-work role, in a short film, and then landed a role in another.

“I have so many exciting shoots coming up!” Puck shares. “But to date, my favorite was a wildly fucked-up romp for Adult Time’s Pure Taboo, written by Codi Vore and directed by Bree Mills. I played the stepdaughter to Tommy Pistol and our chemistry was off the charts!

“We had so much fun with the improv that the crew was joking afterward that they wanted to see the spinoff,” she adds. “I absolutely love filming taboo role-play, so I felt very in my element. I also love going very over-the-top in my performances, so when I got to squirt fake milk from my nipples all over Mick Blue’s face in a busty homewrecker vid for Brazzers, I knew that I was going to feel right at home in the mainstream studio world.”

Accustomed to being responsible for the aesthetics, plot and overall style of all her scenes as an indie creator, Puck has found the transition to studio work to be a refreshing change.

“I quite enjoy being able to thrust myself into my assigned role and not having to worry about the myriad other concerns the crew handles,” she notes. “It was a bit unnerving at first, not being able to shoot a second take or see what I looked like on camera, but the crews are incredibly skilled and their whole job is to make me look good! So it has proved to be a valuable lesson in letting go and trusting more.”

Having now learned many lessons from being on pro sets, Puck even talks of opening her own studio one day. She says the hands-on experience, enjoyable chemistry and valuable connections she is making are all big perks — though she is unlikely to give up being an independent creator anytime soon.

“With my own shoots, I have a much wider range of roles I let myself explore,” Puck elaborates. “Once you’re in the mainstream, your options get narrowed based on the look they think the public will go for. Also, I make much more money shooting my own scenes independently, but working with studios is a huge advertising boost.”

She describes it as a balancing act, especially when it comes to marketing herself with indie-style authenticity while also promoting studio scenes organically. Her observations then take a philosophical turn.

“This career has led me down such fascinating paths and offered fresh insights into myself as well as the nature of women navigating patriarchal capitalism,” she reflects. “These insights have equipped me with a keen understanding of what I am expected to do, how to do it well and how to build within the community, all while walking a path that resonates with my values.

“Early on I built a foundation for my work on the premise that I am a multifaceted individual with myriad interests, kinks and a boundless wellspring of creativity,” Puck explains. “I have cultivated a dedicated following not because of one particular kink or role-play, but because I offer an intimate glimpse behind the curtain into my genuine desires and interests. I showcase my freakiness and I revel in my desires.”

As she continually explores her sexuality and creativity, she says, her fans are also evolving alongside her. Her interests, she explains, are manifold, and thus she shies away from branding herself too specifically.

“I have never pigeonholed myself,” she underscores. “One of the most cherished compliments I receive frequently is that I’ve turned so many people on to new things, usually several of them! Because of this, no matter what studios throw my way, my fans know they will get a taste of what has drawn them to me in the first place: an exploration of sexuality in all its many, deliciously dirty facets.”

Of course, all of this activity and work requires taking care of herself. From personal experience, Puck advises fellow creators and performers to recognize the risk of burnout inherent in running a small business. As such, she sees prioritizing mental and physical health and well-being as paramount not only to success, but to happiness.

“At the end of the day, you are the one keeping everything together so you have to prioritize your well-being,” she says. “I work hard to establish clear boundaries with fans and with myself so that I get as much self-care and relaxation time as my mind and body needs. I also started working out three to four times a week this year and that has tremendously improved not only my physical health and stamina, but my mental health as well.”

To maintain a harmonious perspective, Puck constantly reminds herself that rest is productive. She also has a therapist who she says helps her reflect, build positive communication skills and operate in line with her values. It also doesn’t hurt that she has built a cohesive behind-the-scenes team who help keep her operation up to speed.

“I would strongly urge any creator, as soon as you are able, to outsource that one task that really grinds your gears and keeps you from unlocking your full potential,” she advises. “Strategic delegation not only frees up valuable time but nourishes an environment where creativity and fulfillment can thrive. Because I delegate administrative and other creative tasks that I don’t excel at, I’m able to focus on my primary moneymaker: content creation.”

Clips are Puck’s main revenue stream, but she finds that keeping the wheel of content churning out income requires a steady flow of creation on all levels, be it graphical, GIF, text-based or reels on social media.

“With a substantial schedule of clips extending well into the new year, I am poised to concentrate on providing more personalized services such as one-on-one camming and phone sex, as well as shooting more with mainstream studios,” she says.

When not working, Puck is getting back into playing the piano. She has been busy practicing one of the hardest pieces she ever learned: Rachmaninoff’s Prelude in C-sharp minor.

“I also enjoy reading, listening to lectures on YouTube, playing all of the Legend of Zelda games, making weird trash out of trash — or what some call ‘art’ — hosting board game nights and parties, weightlifting and practicing my archery skills,” she adds.

Careerwise and personally, Puck notes, she has many big things in store, among them getting more fit, pursuing her hobbies — and making new friends in a brand-new city.

“I am moving to LA in March!” she reveals. “I have a huge cosplay production planned soon after. Then, I’m working overseas for the first time right after that, and I also have been cast in a hilarious horror short I’m really excited about. I will be pursuing more behind-the-scenes and directorial work so I can learn all the facets of the industry. And I’ll be bringing my sloppy, wet and wild style to tons more amateur collabs and mainstream productions in 2024!”

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